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Sennheiser PX90 On-Ear Headphones with Power Bass

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  • Lightweight, comfortable to wear
  • Can achieve stereo sound with powerful bass
  • Silky ergonomic headband for optimized music player
  • Achieve a smooth steel headband softness and durability

Description
Smooth PX 90 mini headphones provide you with powerful bass , while its light weight allows you to wear long will not feel tired. The product is sleek steel headband is not only durable , but also has a high degree of flexibility, so you can easily wear.

Appearance: open- ear headphones posts
PX 90 is designed for portable audio and video devices to create the headphones, the appearance of small , stylish, head wearing a steel beam with a smooth , not only durable, but also highly flexible , easy to wear , optimized specifically for portable music .

Details: stylish, comfortable
The whole body mainly black , brushed metal shell after processing unit , although plastic material, but the metal sense. The unit casing , satin ring so that the headset highlight fashion .


 Features:

Open ear design, powerful bass
Lightweight, comfortable to wear
Silky ergonomic headband for optimized music player
Achieve a smooth steel headband softness and durability.
Moving coil driver can achieve stereo sound with powerful bass 
Light weight , comfortable fit when worn using a mobile countries ) and other portable media players optimized.
Two-year warranty.


Parameters:
Transducer principle : open , dynamic
Wearing styles: ear style
Frequency response : 20 - 20000 Hz
Impedance : 32 ohms
THD, total harmonic distortion: <0.5%
The maximum sound pressure level (SPL): 108dB (1kHz / 1Vrms)
Plug : 3.5 mm plug corner
Cable length : 1.2 m bilateral symmetry
Weight : 68 g

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Sakamoto
Jun 15, 2013 1:20:38 PM
These earbuds are the only earbuds that i have used that lasted me a year, the average lasting of my earphons are about 6-9 weeks, tho i buy cheap earphones usually under $30, in addition I use my earphones ALOT (about 5 hrs a day during school time, when i'm commuting ). usually the one side dies do to connection between the jack and the cable. The sound quality is pretty good and most importantly is very durable. My first earphones had an issue so i sent them back and within 2 weeks i got a new replacement, which was nice.
I'm going to order another, and if it lasts me another year i would be very happy. Plus it has 2 year warranty!
Amy S.
Jun 15, 2013 1:20:18 PM
I listen to music via headphones while I work, workout, commute, and fly. Sound is, of course, of paramount importance; but, because I keep my headphones on for hours at a time, comfort has become king. I've found that my ears fatigue from typical earbuds, like those supplied with Apple products. So I've started using the in-ear models like Apple MA850G/A In-Ear Headphones with Remote and Mic. My Apple In-Ear headphones died a slow death. I went through all three sets of rubber ear pieces because they were always falling off and getting lost. The cord came apart. Overall, they lasted just over a year and a half with heavy use. Not great at Apple's price point.

These Sennheiser headphones sound just as good as the Apple In-Ear headphones and are half the price. You're sacrificing the remote control built into Apple's headphone line, but you're getting the same quality sound and the comfort of an in-ear model.

The Sennheiser's block sound out very well. I have my iPod at 50% volume an I cannot hear my coworkers talking right next to me. With typical earbuds, I have to ratchet my music up to 90% to block ambient noise. This cannot be good for my aging ears.

Verdict: If you value comfort and sound over a microphone and remote control, these are a great replacement for Apple earphones.
Maek
Jun 15, 2013 1:19:55 PM
I have been a long-time fan of Sennheiser ear-buds and was eagerly awaiting the arrival of the new CX215s. I was concerned when I received them given the slightly smaller build compared to my venerable CX300s.

My worries were unfounded. In addition to having a comparable cost to my CX300s, the clarity of mid- and high-range frequencies actually excelled the CX300s a little. In the bass department, they were the CX300s' equal; the bass is delivered cleanly, with no distortion that usually accompanies some of the cheaper offerings out there (yes, KOSS and JBL ... I'm looking at you).

In addition, the CX215 model features a very welcome ergonomic improvement. Putting these earbuds in is unbelievably comfortable...which unfortunately leads to a minor con. The CX300s are definitely better in the noise-isolation department. It's not noise-cancelling, mind you, but the snug fit is as good as any ear plug. The CX215s don't isolate sound quite as well because of the extremely comfortable fit. Take it with a grain of salt, but if you plan on air travel then don't rely on the CX215s to do the job. The CX300s are not completely perfect for air travel either, but if you're looking at spending the same money, the CX300s are a better buy. That said, for casual use, I still find the CX215's ability to isolate outside noise to be satisfactory enough for listening in an office environment, grocery store, etc., where a lot of white noise may otherwise hinder an enjoyable listening experience.

Otherwise, despite that minor gripe, these ear buds are definitely better than some other ear buds that cost anywhere from 20 - 30 dollars more. Highly recommended!
gpat65
Jun 15, 2013 1:19:28 PM
I love these earphones. Great bass sound. They are a comfortable fit sealing out the outside noise. I plugged these into my portable dvd player and the sound from the background music on the movie I was watching was so pure and beautiful of course along with the dialog of the movie. Totally recommend these earphones. Best Ever!!
Scott Bright "scottypotty"
Jun 15, 2013 1:19:01 PM
I now rate headphones and earbuds based on the first minute I listen to them. I pick a great song and fire them up. If an involuntary smile comes across my face then I rate them high. On the CX215 we had smiles all around. The sound was excellent. The noise isolation really good. I ride the train to and from work so blocking out the noise is really nice for me and these do the job really well. I will use these every day until the wear out and then I'll buy another pair of Sennheiser ear buds.

Notes:
- 90 Degree Jack is really nice
- Finger contoured buds didn't make much difference
- Noise isolation is great
- Very comfortable
- The sound made me smile
- No Case but I'll be using them all the time, so it doesn't matter.
Becker
Jun 15, 2013 1:18:37 PM
One of my favorite features that these Sennheiser earphones offer is the 90 degree jack - it's really nice: more durable than the standard 'stand-up jack' and stays out of the way.

The finger-contoured design of ear-canal piece wasn't so impressive, for me. They are made for easy adjustment and optimal wearing comfort, but I didn't see them as either an advantage or disadvantage to regular earphones.

I would give, Noise Cancelation a solid A (not an A+).

Overall I experienced beautiful and clear sound quality with a nice range.

If you are looking for a good quality earphone without paying an outlandish price, I'd recommend this Sennheiser product.
Sebastian Fernandez
Jun 15, 2013 1:18:10 PM
I used to be a big fan of the Sennheiser CX300-B In-Ear Stereo Headphone, but a couple of years ago the pair I had used for a while broke and I had to replace them. The new pair lasted only a couple of months before breaking again, and thinking it was a fluke I bought another pair, only to have them break very fast too. At that point I abandoned the brand and switched to Skullcandy.

I am glad to report that this set of earphones are in line with the quality I used to love from Sennheiser. The sound is great for the price, they feel extremely comfortable in the ear, and the cable construction is of much better quality than the last CX300 I bought. The noise isolation is very good too, so I am totally satisfied with the product and can recommend it with no reservations, even to those that like me were disappointed by this brand in the recent past.
Maggie Mae
Jun 15, 2013 1:17:44 PM
About a year ago I did a comparison review of several different brands of earphones and sadly for Sennheiser, they came in dead last with what I thought was pretty dull sound. Well, I'm happy to report that I was pleasantly surprised with these. They sound bright and crisp and the bass is really nice. I really like it when a product improves so much and I highly recommend these amazing earphones. This is a wonderful price for the gorgeous sound you get.